Rowan weather: Temperatures rising
Today’s Winter Weather Advisory extends until noon, with temperatures expected to be below freezing and black ice on roadways, sidewalks and parking lots.
Starting out at 20 degrees, comparatively warm considering the last two mornings, we should see a high of 41 with partly sunny skies. Wind will become south at 5 mph.
Tonight brings a 30 percent chance of showers towards the early morning hours. Patchy fog is a possibility. The low will be 35 with south southwest wind at 3-6 mph.
Wednesday will be more than 10 degrees warmer, with a high of 52, but we’ll hold onto that 30 percent chance of showers, which should dwindle in the afternoon. South wind will be around 6 mph.
The low will be 45, with south southwest wind at 3-6 mph.
The temperature takes another bump up for Thursday, with a high of 61 under partly sunny skies. South southwest wind will increase to 6-10 mph. The low will be 49.
Friday will be mostly sunny and spring-like, with a high of 67. There is a 40 percent chance of rain and showers Friday night, starting around 7 p.m. The low will be 43.
Saturday, we’re back in the 50s, 51 for a high, and we have a 30 percent chance of rain before 1 p.m. It will be mostly cloudy. The low will be 40.
Then we rebound Sunday with a high of 60 under partly sunny skies. The low will be 45.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day will also have a high of 60. It will be mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers.
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